5 Adorably Easy Bunny Makeup Tutorials for Halloween

Updated 09/18/18

Coming up with a Halloween costume each year can be tough—made even tougher by the hair and makeup aspect. Those things can take hours and are often super complicated to pull off. But there are plenty of options for those who can't spend as much time working it all out. Enter bunny makeup. It's adorable, often uncomplicated, and can take so many different forms. 

Instead of having to figure it all out yourself, we did a little research and rounded up our favorite options. Below, find every iteration of bunny makeup for Halloween under the sun and the products you need to apply them. Then all you'll have to do is hop around all night and eat candy. 

The Ariana Grande–Inspired Bunny

Sure, Ariana Grande didn't invent this sultry bunny costume, but she did make it more pop culture–relevant when she wore the ears and mask as part of her album art for Dangerous Woman. To pull off this particular makeup look, all you'll need is Nars Larger Than Life Long-Wear Eyeliner in Via Veneto ($26) and a killer red lip color like Smashbox Be Legendary Matte Lipstick in Infrared ($21). The smudgier the better.

The Easter Bunny

If it's the Easter Bunny look you're after—a little less scary and a bit more adorable—you can still make it extra. Opt for a bubblegum-pink lipstick like MAC Amplified Creme Lipstick in Saint Germain ($18) and your favorite kohl black liner for your eyes (and your whiskers). 

The Playboy Bunny

You can keep things a bit simpler for this look, going for your favorite highlighter and pink shadow rather than a more literal rabbit costume. We suggest Becca's cult-favorite Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed Highlighter in Champagne Pop ($38) and Huda's Obsessions Eyeshadow Palette in Mauve ($27).

The Garden Bunny

If you're looking for a more sophisticated, garden party–esque bunny costume, try this. Fashion a flower crown out of some blooms and invest in a good, noncomedogenic white face paint. We suggest Go Green Face Paint in Classic ($15) because it's certified organic, hypoallergenic, and all-natural.

The Iconic Jessica Rabbit

Perhaps my favorite of the bunch is the iconic Jessica Rabbit. To pull it off, go big on the sculpting (we like Tom Ford's Shade and Illuminate, $85) and some purple shadow (like Yves Saint Laurent Beauty's Couture Palette Eyeshadow in Surréaliste, $60).

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